Babylon

Babylon 7

Easy and intuitive text translation and dictionary software in over 50 languages
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Babylon enables you to get text translations, relevant information, conversions and writing tools instantly with a single click of the mouse. You just have to click on any text on your screen and a small window appears with the relevant text translation, information or conversion that you need, without interrupting your workflow. Babylon features: Text Translation in 17 languages all in a single click - It has never been easier, just click any word in the text you want to translate and Babylon will automatically identify the relevant text passage and translate it. This great new feature, based on the most advanced text translation technology, helps you understand texts in languages you are less familiar with. Results from the world's leading publishers: Get instant results from the world's leading dictionaries and encyclopedias. Babylon offers its users, for an additional fee, a wide range of titles from the world's premier publishing houses: Britannica, Oxford, Merriam Webster, Pons, Larousse, Langenscheidt, Wahrig, Taishukan, Michaelis, Van-Dale and many more. Wikipedia content - Babylon's single click intuitive technology now offers its users results from Wikipedia the multilingual web-based encyclopedia in 9 languages with more than 2 million articles. Translation in 50 languages - Babylon's translation and dictionary software offers results from a database of 1,200 sources in 50 languages. The database includes 25 professional dictionaries developed by Babylon's own linguistic team in different languages, such as; English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, Japanese, Hebrew, Chinese (Traditional), Chinese (Simplified), Dutch, Russian, Korean and Swedish. Unit Conversions - Babylon converts currencies, measurements and time, just click on any value in any desktop application to get instant conversions. Babylon automatically identifies the required conversion type, based on unit symbols that appear next to the numbers.

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